Deborah M. Messier, 49, state government worker

January 19, 2004

Deborah Marie "Debi" Messier, an office administrator for state government, died Jan. 12 of a suspected heart attack at her home in Brooklyn Park. She was 49 and had previously lived in Glen Burnie for more than 20 years.

Born in Riverdale, Ms. Messier was educated in Prince George's County schools and earned a community college certificate as a medical assistant. She worked in various state offices, primarily in Baltimore, including the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, said a sister, Carol Fachet of Roseland, N.J.

Ms. Messier was an active member of the Chesapeake Christian Fellowship, and enjoyed gospel and country music, sewing, reading and her family.

A private memorial service was held Friday at the Chesapeake Christian Fellowship in Davidsonville.

In addition to her sister, she is survived by a son, David C. Kreimer of Owings Mills; two daughters, Dawn Kreimer of Ellicott City and Dana Wingate of Glen Burnie; a brother, Robert W. Messier of Centreville; and a sister, Colleen Brown of Edgewater. She was divorced.

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